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Dead Pilot is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Just when you thought the world had lost its bearings, 9 O’Clock Nasty swoops in with “Dead Pilot” – a shot of adrenaline-fueled punk rock that steers you back on course.

Dead Pilot is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Single Out Now

This single is a high-octane ride you won’t want to miss.

The return of 9 O’Clock Nasty is a cause for celebration. Their signature irreverence is on full display in “Dead Pilot,” keeping the music scene interesting and unpredictable.

The song hits you from the very first note with a pulsating bass line that serves as the backbone of the entire track. Pounding drums add a layer of urgency, perfectly capturing the frenetic energy of this tune.

While the intro might evoke a hint of “Money for Nothing” by Dire Straits, 9 O’Clock Nasty quickly steers the song into their own chaotic territory. This isn’t a nostalgic tribute; it’s a full-fledged sonic assault with a distinctly modern twist.

The high-pitched keys emerge like a “sneaky snake”. These unexpected flourishes add a layer of intrigue to the song’s dense soundscape.

The band’s reputation for unconventional themes holds true in “Dead Pilot.” Their lyrics are cryptic yet thought-provoking, inviting the listener to decipher their deeper meaning.

9 O’Clock Nasty continues to defy categorization with their music and vision!

Dead Pilot is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Single Out Now!


Dead Pilot is 9 o’clock Nasty’s Single Out Now

Your life. In their hands. Pilots. Surgeons. Uber drivers. Every day you live or die based on their decisions. Shall we call them “daddy?” Welcome to the world of DEAD PILOT.

Part myth, part horror story, the events of Flight MH370 remain a mystery. At the beating heart of the trauma a man. The dead pilot. The centre. The pivot. The line of life and death. Best show them some respect eh?

Can you get into the head of someone that drunk on their own authority and status, trusted to take us all home?
All hail the DEAD PILOT. A flight of fancy. A cry of despair. A moment of whimsical laughter as we plunge to the inevitable close.

“Flight safety announcements badly needed a theme tune. There. You’re welcome.” (Ted Pepper, 9 o’clock Nasty)
“As a fully qualified inter-continental, long-haul pilot, I endorse this tune.” (Pete Brock, 9 o’clock Nasty)

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